Outdoor Cages and running yards

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Base for the running yard for your rodent

89,95 DKK
NATURA BOTTOM Suitable for natura running yards For indoor and outdoor use. Protects carpets and floors from dirt. Optimal protection against moisture. Prevents the animal from digging out. Fastens with...

House for outdoor running yard, 40 x 20 x 28 cm

279,00 DKK
Rodent home Made from lasered pine. With special roof coating. Size: 40 x 20 x 28 cm This is a made-to-order item, so delivery may take a few days :-)

House for outdoor running yard, 42x43x51 cm

549,00 DKK
Rodent home Made from lasered pine. With special roof coating. The roof can be opened at the top. Side hook prevents the roof from being opened by e.g. strong wind....

Indoor run for rodents

199,95 DKK
Indoor run for rodents 6 elements of 48 x 25 cm - metal, galvanized - for indoor use - gives the animal its natural freedom - can be expanded with...

Rabbit cage outdoor 2021, White/Light Brown, with large covered run. 1220 x 930 x 620 mm - Delivered free to your door

1.599,00 DKK
Nice looking white large outdoor rabbit cage on 2 floors with large, covered run. , which can stand outside in all kinds of weather. With running yard L 1220 x...

Rabbit cage outdoor XL, reddish brown, with covered run. 135x115x112 cm - Delivered free to your door

2.799,00 DKK
Deliciously beautiful maroon outdoor rabbit cage, which can be left outside in all kinds of weather. With running yard. Also suitable for guinea pigs. 2 floors. Made from lasered pine....

Outdoor rabbit cage, maroon, with covered run. 116 x 63 x 97 cm - Delivered free to your door

1.699,00 DKK
Deliciously beautiful maroon outdoor rabbit cage, which can be left outside in all kinds of weather. With running yard 116 x 63 x 97 cm . Also suitable for guinea...

Rabbit hop w/ 3 bars 84x25x21CM

254,95 DKK
3 columns, 84 x 25 x 21 cm Jump to active rabbits Ideal for indoor and outdoor jumping training Kaninhoppe 1 is especially for beginners or used to extend the...

Rabbit hop w/ 7 bars 75x64x53CM

229,95 DKK
7 columns, 75 x 64 x 53 cm Jumping for active rabbits Ideal for indoor and outdoor jumping training Rabbit jump 2 is more specifically for high and high jump...

Indoor run - for guinea pigs and rabbits

694,95 DKK
Indoor running yard, 60–240 × 50 cm 4 elements of 60 × 50 cm for rabbits that like to jump, an additional enclosure can be attached can be assembled or...

Run with net, 6 elements of 63 × 58 cm - for guinea pigs and rabbits

449,00 DKK
The nice green running yard is great for your pet when you want to have it in the garden without it having to be on a leash and harness. There...

Run with net, 8 elements of 60 x 57 cm for outdoors - for Rabbits / Guinea pigs

499,00 DKK424,95 DKK
The nice green running yard is great for your pet when you want to have it in the garden without it having to be on a leash and harness. There...

Run for guinea pigs and rabbits - Dimensions: 120x60x105cm

399,95 DKK
Running yard for rodents 6 angular metal, galvanized with door 6 elements of 63 × 58 cm. With door. Can be expanded. can be expanded Dimensions: 120x60x105cm This is a...

Running yard for small rodents

169,95 DKK
Joy running yard for small rodents 8 elements of 34 x 23 cm - metal, lacquered - for indoor use - allows the animal its natural freedom - can be...

Net for your rodent's run

64,95 DKK
natura Net with sun protection Suitable for natura running yards - polyethylene - one half with sun protection - prevents the animal from jumping out - protects against birds and...

At Us with pets you will find a large selection of running yards and outdoor cages for rabbits and other rodents. Leave your pet outside in the fresh air, but with the possibility of dry weather and shelter with a good outdoor cage.

The choice of cage depends on the type of rodent, as well as the number of rodents that must go together in the cage. A double cage is e.g. to be preferred if several rabbits must go together. Always make sure that there is plenty of space and arrange the cage so that there are separate sleeping places for all rodents and always remember that a cage is only for staying and not something they have to sit in all day and look at.

Which outdoor cage should I choose for my rabbit?

Many breeds of rabbits do well living outside. Here there is typically room to offer a larger cage, e.g. a double cage, so that the rabbit has more room to frolic, or so that two rabbits can go in the same cage. If the rabbit is used to living outside all year round, you can safely continue with it, but some breeds of domestic rabbits will need to come inside during the coldest months, and therefore in these cases you should supplement with an indoor cage for rabbits - if not you have space for the outdoor cage in an insulated shed, utility room or similar, where it can be left frost-free.

The outdoor cage must first of all be spacious. For this reason, many choose double cages, which do not take up much space, but still give the rabbit more room to move around. Optionally choose to supplement with a run, or let the rabbit run freely around the garden with access to the outdoor cage, if the garden is properly fenced in, which means both in height and in depth, so that no uninvited guests come and so that the rabbit cannot dig out and run away.

Furnishing of an outdoor cage

A rodent cage should always contain bedding at the bottom. When choosing bedding for outdoor cages, many choose straw or hay due to the insulating effect, and this is also recommended. In addition, there should be one cave per rodents, just as there should be a food bowl and drinking bottle, as well as the important mineral stones that help the rodents grind their teeth. Rodent teeth grow throughout life, and domestic rabbits and other caged rabbits will not naturally have their teeth sharpened enough. If the teeth are not sharpened, they grow backwards and around the palate. It is painful and leads to the rodent not being able to eat.

Besides the most basic, you should ensure activation. Some rodent types have abundant activation in conspecifics, while others thrive best alone. If the animal is alone for many hours a day, you should provide activation in the form of activation toys. It can, for example, be food balls, bells, mirrors or ladders – and of course fresh vegetables.